Who is researching array languages these days?

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  • accelerate

    Embedded language for high-performance array computations (by AccelerateHS)

    I know Accelerate is being developed at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. You can look at publications by Trevor McDonell to get a taste of what they are doing.

  • Co-dfns

    High-performance, Reliable, and Parallel APL

    Aaron hsu did his dissertation on this topic (compiler, thesis), at indiana university in the us.

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  • apltail

    APL Compiler targeting a typed array intermediate language

    There's also apltail, of course, but that is disappointingly static, and iirc slower than co-dfns.

  • chapel

    a Productive Parallel Programming Language

    Chapel is worth mentioning

  • futhark

    :boom::computer::boom: A data-parallel functional programming language

    Futhark - https://futhark-lang.org/ - /u/athas

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